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RICHARD HUTCHINS

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  1. Yes that's what I am coming round to realise! Its almost instinctive to use the pedal, I even do this when arranging string parts, until I listen to the mushy sound I generated! Translating my music into a digital language after years of an acoustic piano is difficult. But.............. thanks to the kind folks on this forum I am emerging from the primeval swamp ! ☺️ But seriously , thanks for helping out. πŸ‘
  2. Ah ok got that. It seems I fixed it and learnt a lot in 10 minutes, thanks. Would have taken an age otherwise. πŸ‘
  3. Okay got it I think. I put the value for 127 to zero, and this deleted the command. Clumsy but it worked. Still don't know how I managed to do this error in the first place, maybe from my keyboard pedal? Anyhow I got there with your help thanks. Now I know what the event viewer does!
  4. Thanks. I can see it in the events list ( never used this view till now!) and it is highlighted in orange, don't know what the significance of that is.
  5. I'm trying to sort this while I wait for help from someone who knows what they are doing, I kept looking for a reason, and now I can see what looks like a big endless block of sustain, again see image. So assuming this is the problem, my next question is; 1. How on earth did I manage to do that? 2. How do i delete it?
  6. Hi all, I am busy with a song with Spitfire Audio Orchestral strings playing, and I have split the track, and deleted the end section, as it didn't work, but the strings are still playing.(endlessly) I've done a screen shot, anyone know what todays ***** up is by yours truly? How do I shut it up? Thanks.
  7. Thanks, I just upgraded to Melodyne 5 assistant, maybe it dint work on this track or others i'll check. All new to me.
  8. I either press Ctrl M or load it in the FX part of the track. But to be honest I have little real knowledge of what the difference is! I think when it is Ctrl M it does a similar thing to the "create region FX", and is preferable as it updates melodyne when the track changes. So, it seems the best way is to bypass the region FX as this is the non destructive method. Steep learning curve for me but my vocals are poor so I need to prioritise my learning of Melodyne! Thanks again.
  9. Okay, had an exhaustive look, and I think its a Melodyne problem with the upgrade. But my new tracks work fine when I open Melodyne 5, so I am simply going to move on, this problem track was mixed down anyway and I'll just accept the mix. I simply haven't the time to figure out what went wrong, but if it happens again obvs I will have no choice but to investigate. Its not ideal but I am so short of time i cant be going down these rabbit holes when I hit a glitch, and not writing or recording anything! I couldnt figure out how to delete melodyne from a track retrospectively, how is this done?
  10. Thanks for the pointers. I'll look at this tomorrow as its New year's Eve. But yes I agree, something is wrong and the problem now points to melodyne.
  11. Nope its okay on another blank track, Melodyne seems normal. .. back to the drawing board as to why its greyed out on the problem song
  12. Okay, working through the replies and suggestions; 1. Yes the master bus shows an audio signal. 2. The instances of melodyne show vocals, however the red and yellow "blobs" are greyed out. I'm thinking something went wrong with my upgrade to melodyne 5.1 yesterday and its effected the vocals. see screenshot. I will now try to look further into this.
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